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Gary Platt, a former investigator with the Office of the Prosecution and an expert in covert cellular phone networks testified Wednesday on call records linking three of the defendants, Assad Sabra, Hassan Merhi and Hassan Oneissi, to the anonymous tips made shortly after the bombing.For the duration of Wednesday's session, Prosecution Counselor Nigel Povoas and Platt revisited the entirety of the cellular activity attributed to the three defendants, noting phones calls and SMS exchanges between the anonymous tipper and various involved parties from Al Jazeera. Wednesday's session saw Povoas concluded nearly two months of examining expert witness Gary Platt. Defense Counselor Mohamed Aouini, representing the interests of Merhi, is set to begin the first round of cross-examinations Monday.
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